What is Hyaluronic acid?
Hyaluronic acid is the natural substance in our skin tissues, which is responsible for maintaining the structure and moisture of our skin. One molecule of hyaluronic acid can hold about 1000 molecules of water. This maintains the elasticity of the skin and makes it look young.
Hyaluronic acid can be used for these procedures:
- • Facelift.
- • Corner lip lift.
- • Small wrinkle correction.
- • Correction of dark spots under eyes.
- • Lip and cheek volume increase.
- • Facial contour correction.
- • Lip contour correction.
The course of the procedure
Small amounts of hyaluronic acid get injected under the skin with a very fine needle. The product itself contains anesthetic agents, but local anesthesia can be used for additional alleviation of pain. The procedure takes about 20-30 minutes. When hyaluronic acid is injected into the skin, it is evenly distributed, filling the deficiency of naturally occurring acid and wrinkles, enhancing the contours of the face and rejuvenating the complexion. The effect is evident immediately after the procedure.
An effect can last from half a year to 1 year (and longer), heavily depending on each individual’s body.
- • Hyaluronic acid is evenly distributed across the skin.
- • Improves facial contour.
- • Rejuvenated skin color.
- • The deficiency of naturally occurring hyaluronic acid in the body is replenished.
- • The effect is evident immediately after the procedure.
- • Hyaluronic acid is the main component of the skin and contributes to its perfect structure.